When Are Tooth Extractions Necessary?

By: Dental Arts New Port Richey
 
NEW PORT RICHEY, Fla. - Oct. 21, 2021 - PRLog -- Access prompt and urgent care for dental extractions at our dentists' office in New Port Richey
Tooth extractions near you can quickly become complicated dental procedures, particularly when there is a sense of urgency involved. Many patients seeking tooth extractions have severe toothaches, among other oral symptoms, necessitating urgent care by an emergency dentist near you. Regarding your tooth pain and infection as a dental emergency better positions you to receive prompt medical attention.

When Are Tooth Extractions Necessary?

Although our primary initiative as a dental facility is to preserve natural teeth, it is not always possible for all dental issues. Sometimes our patients require tooth extractions to remove one or more of their teeth for the greater wellbeing of their entire mouth. Some of the instances we recommend tooth removal include:

· Severe tooth pain – removing teeth to treat pain is not uncommon, especially in cases where endodontic treatment may not be suitable.

· Impacted teeth – sometimes, teeth grow improperly so that all or part of the tooth remains stuck under the gums. An impacted tooth will cause soreness to your gums while resulting in other dental issues, including crooked and misaligned teeth.

· Infected teeth – dental infections can affect only one tooth or risk infecting the gums and adjacent teeth. Severely infected teeth cause several other infections in your mouth like an abscessed tooth, severely decayed teeth, and gum disease.

· Problematic wisdom teeth – the last set of molars to erupt in a human mouth are called wisdom teeth, growing between the ages of 16 and 25. Since the rest of your teeth will have already settled into their permanent positions in your mouth, you may not have much room to accommodate four new teeth. As such, many patients have problematic wisdom teeth due to limited space in their jaws. Our dentist will often recommend the removal of such teeth.

· Overcrowded mouth – when you have more teeth than the space in your jawbone or when your teeth are too big for your mouth. Overcrowding causes issues like improper bite, poor oral hygiene, and problems with the health of your gums, to mention a few. An orthodontist may recommend removing one or more of your natural teeth to create some room in your mouth for the proper alignment of your remaining, healthy teeth.

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